Sunday, August 28, 2005

TV show infuriates God by explaining origins of life


"I would have gotten away with it too," exclaims angry God being led away by local authorities, "If it hadn't have been for you meddling scientists..."

PBS science show NOVA will broadcast the 2nd of a four part series on the origins of life on Tuesday August 30 at 8 pm.

In "Origins: How Life Began," the second hour of our four-part
miniseries, NOVA zeroes in on the mystery of life. Join the hunt for
hardy microbes that flourish in the most unlikely places: inside
rocks in a mine shaft two miles down, inside a cave dripping with
acid as strong as a car battery's, and in noxious gas bubbles
erupting from the Pacific Ocean floor. The survival of these tough
microorganisms suggests they may be related to the planet's first
primitive life forms. Host Neil deGrasse Tyson deepens the search by
investigating tantalizing and controversial chemical "signatures" of
life inside three-billion-year-old rocks and meteorites found around
the world.

Despite rampant obesity and love of continually watching TV in Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Texas, people there are unlikely to notice the irrelevance and pointlessness of worshipping mythological beasts. However, in between a trip from their couch to KFC, they did show a remarkable familiarity with the disappearance of a white girl on an island they will never go to or know anything substantial about.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did God destory two states to distract us from PBS' NOVA?

Well God speaks to me, and he told me: Yes. Yes he did. He destroyed two of the poorest, stupidest states in America to keep us from watching PBS.

7:27 PM  

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